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Muddyfox Air Front Suspension Bike 26" - Was £199.99 now £67.99 @ Argos

£67.99 @ Argos
Was £79.99 the other week, now reduced even further. Details: Colour of frame: Blue/White. 18 shimano revoshift gears. Front V-type brakes. Rear V-type brakes. MTB steel frame. Mountain tyres… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Was £79.99 the other week, now reduced even further.

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Colour of frame: Blue/White.
18 shimano revoshift gears.
Front V-type brakes.
Rear V-type brakes.
MTB steel frame.
Mountain tyres.
Frame size 21 inch (53cm).
Wheel size 26 inch (66cm).
Suitable for leg measurements 29-35 inch (73-88cm).
For ages 14 years and over.
Bell included.
90% build level.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/129-3322345A72UC602301X.jpg
#2
£5.80 needs to be added to this since the bike is only available for home delivery. Good price evenso.
#3
good price
#4
Absolute Bargain!!
#5
Good Price, Dads birthday present sorted :-)
#6
crazy cheap price. i rushed out to get one when it was offer at £99. still have assembled it, should've waited!
#7
Is this bike any good Though?
#8
I've been looking for a bike, and didn't want to spend to much.

Looked at the reviews on here when it was £99 then it went to £79 (see below), and they look OK, so now I've ordered one.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/503790/muddyfox-air-front-suspension-bike-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/565653/muddyfox-air-front-suspension-bike-

I'll only be using it high days and holidays, good for the dosh I think. ;-)
#9
GQ Man
Is this bike any good Though?


That depends who you ask. It's a cheap steel framed bike (muddy Fox were once a decent manufacture but no they're just a name on cheap bikes). It looks good enough for me for occasional rides with the kids and even more occasional commuting (if you can call it that - I usually walk and it takes 10 minutes). My rule of thumb is avoid full suspension bikes and accept that if you give it any serious use then the first time it goes wrong it's probably not gonna be worth fixing. Others will tell you to spend £50/£100/£900 more.

Looks decent for a cheap bike to me - very tempted as my steel-framed Specialised Hot-Rock built from bits out of a skip is having trouble changing gear. I can't imagine I'm gonna get a bike worth riding for any less (unless I go back to the skips!).
#10
Bargain...
#11
out of stock
#12
barky
out of stock

No it isn't, it's area dependent :thumbsup:
#13
still showing as in stock for me!?
#14
I'm still seeing this in stock, maybe a bit quick with the expire button folks.

I've ordered one, home delivery only, requested delivery next wednesday for me in Essex.

All done and dusted, full cost with delivery £73.79. ;-)
#15
inicholson
That depends who you ask. It's a cheap steel framed bike (muddy Fox were once a decent manufacture but no they're just a name on cheap bikes). It looks good enough for me for occasional rides with the kids and even more occasional commuting (if you can call it that - I usually walk and it takes 10 minutes). My rule of thumb is avoid full suspension bikes and accept that if you give it any serious use then the first time it goes wrong it's probably not gonna be worth fixing. Others will tell you to spend £50/£100/£900 more.

Looks decent for a cheap bike to me - very tempted as my steel-framed Specialised Hot-Rock built from bits out of a skip is having trouble changing gear. I can't imagine I'm gonna get a bike worth riding for any less (unless I go back to the skips!).

We need to know where that skip is!
#16
This is still showing available for delivery in 2 days for me.
#17
Out of stock for me in Newtownabbey
#18
It is out of stock
#19
sloth_frattelli
Out of stock for me in Newtownabbey


rmanpaul
It is out of stock

Only for your areas, not all :thumbsup:
#20
Bear in mind that it's 26"! 19" is just about right for someone who is 6ft tall.
#21
Ypnos
Bear in mind that it's 26"! 19" is just about right for someone who is 6ft tall.


That's weird because my 6 year old son rides a 20"

I think you are mistaken.
#22
Ypnos
Bear in mind that it's 26"! 19" is just about right for someone who is 6ft tall.


surely not? says does up to 35 inch inside leg cant imagine a six footer being very comfortable on a 19 inch
#23
out of stock for aberdeenshire
#24
was gonna order 2-shows out of stock for glasgow tho-dont really understand-how can home delivery be area specific? if its in the warehouse why cant they deliver??
#25
karem_lore
That's weird because my 6 year old son rides a 20"

I think you are mistaken.


Think you may be getting confused with frame and wheel size. I ride a 17" frame mountain bike and I am 5 ft 2in.
#26
fesdufun
Think you may be getting confused with frame and wheel size. I ride a 17" frame mountain bike and I am 5 ft 2in.


Unless he means 20" wheels. 20" from from CC Bottom bracket to CC Seat Tube is very big frame.

Regarding the bike, the headtube looks way to small / weak to be doing any serious off -roading. Steel frame and suspension without lock-out will suck energy.
#27
Will people stop expiring this prematurely, just cos it's outta stock near you!
#28
It's a steel frame and Muddyfox have really done down hill but you won't get another bike like that for that price.
#29
Absolute bargain shame its expired now.
#30
sotomonkey
It's a steel frame and Muddyfox have really done down hill but you won't get another bike like that for that price.


TO PARDON THE PUN
#31
karem_lore
That's weird because my 6 year old son rides a 20"

I think you are mistaken.


Your 6 year old son rides a 20" bike? He must be pretty tall. I'm 5 foot 8 and ride an 18" one. A 20" one is too big.
#32
Still available for delivery in W London..
#33
26" is the wheel size - Same with all standard adult mountain bikes.

21" is the frame size (and the measurement that matters, assuming you're adult of course)

A 21" frame is L-XL for a mountain bike. I can't understand how the specs state it would be suitable for a 29" inside leg - if this really has a 21" frame, then it won't be. (Only suitable for around 6 foot plus).
#34
No stock showing for me. Is Argos delivery stock regional?

If it's delivery only the cost needs to be included in the posted price.
#35
so it would be a good size for a 6ft 4in bloke with a new years resolution to cycle to the station?
#36
OOS for me. Shame coz I want a cheap bike to ride to work
#37
Fatal Swan
26" is the wheel size - Same with all standard adult mountain bikes.

21" is the frame size (and the measurement that matters, assuming you're adult of course)

A 21" frame is L-XL for a mountain bike. I can't understand how the specs state it would be suitable for a 29" inside leg - if this really has a 21" frame, then it won't be. (Only suitable for around 6 foot plus).


I just recieved this bike, sadly I ordered it on Monday when it was £79.99 :x

I put it together yesterday [25mins btw.] and have used it, I'm 5' 10" [32" leg] and its absolutly fine with the saddle adjusted to midway height.
#38
oos for liverpool!damn! heat n rep anyway.
#39
dazspy
I just recieved this bike, sadly I ordered it on Monday when it was £79.99 :x

I put it together yesterday [25mins btw.] and have used it, I'm 5' 10" [32" leg] and its absolutly fine with the saddle adjusted to midway height.


Then that sounds like its somewhere around an 18"-19" frame and Argos have got the frame size wrong. Useful information thanks!
1 Like #40
davebach172
so it would be a good size for a 6ft 4in bloke with a new years resolution to cycle to the station?

Possibly a bit on the small side but you'll manage at this price!

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